Photo: Twitter – Vinay Kumar Australia’s all-rounder Cameron Green became the thousandth batsman in his international Test cricket career in the first match of The Ashes Test Series at Edgbaston ground. He completed 1000 runs in Test cricket. In the first match of the 5-match Test series The Ashes ENG vs AUS 2023 being played at Edgbaston, Cameron Green played an inning of 38 runs in 68 balls and touched this figure. Cameron Green, however, did touch the 1000-run mark in Test cricket. But, the next day of the match, he failed to play long and big innings. As soon as he took the 28th run in his first innings batting, he completed 1000 runs in Test cricket. But, on a personal score of 38 runs, he fell victim to England’s deadly off-spinner Moeen Ali and had to return to the pavilion. Significantly, Cameron Green made his career debut while playing against India in International Test cricket. On 17 December 2020, Green played the first Test match of his career in IND vs AUS Test Match. Also read Cameron Green has played a total of 22 Test matches since the year 2020. In which he has scored 1010 runs in 31 innings. His best score in Test cricket is 114 runs. Records show that Cameron Green has played 1 century and 6 half-century innings in Test cricket so far. His only century came in the match played against India earlier this year. Talking about first class cricket, Green has so far scored 3254 runs in 52 matches. In bowling, he has taken a total of 25 wickets in Test cricket so far. Has also taken 5 wickets haul in an inning of a test match once. His best performance in bowling has been 5 wickets for 27 runs.